|1958 Kodak Commercial - ''Make Your Family Movie Stars''|
A 1958 television commercial for Kodak's cheapest (at the time) 8mm home movie camera.
Keywords: 1958; TV; Television; Classic TV Commercial; Kodak; Eastman Kodak; Old; Inedible; Not New
|1961 Classic TV Commercial for ''Kodak Brownie Film Projector''|
Another classic Kodak Commercial. This one promotes the Kodak "Brownie Film Projector". Taken from uncopyrighted TV episode that can also be found on IA. Aired 8 March 1961. I wasn't even aware the "Brownie" trademark was ever used for a home movie range of products.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Kodak; Eastman Kodak; Commercial; Commercials; Masterpoxen
Downloads: 2,734 (1 review)
|Classic 1959 Television Commercial for the Kodak Starmite|
A classic 1959 television commercial for the Kodak Starmite camera. A fairly decent commercial. FYI, in late 2009 money, the camera cost $US77.88 (see also: "David the Law Clerk")
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Commercial; Commercials; Eastman Kodak; Kodak; Camera
Downloads: 1,632 (4 reviews)
|1959 Classic Television Commercial for ''Brownie Starflash Camera''|
A classic 1959 Television commercial for the Kodak Brownie Starflash camera, with the ever popular Harriet Nelson. Taken from uncopyright TV episode "Jealous Joe Randolph" (also to be found on this website)
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; Camera; Kodak; Eastman Kodak; 1959; Fun; Retro; Vintage; Photography
Downloads: 1,306 (1 review)
|1958 Classic Kodak Movie Camera Commercial (No 2 of 3)|
Another classic, vintage Kodak "Home Movie Camera" commercial from 1958, taken from uncopyrighted TV episode "The Bridge Group" (also to be found on this site), in decent quality. This commercial is a good examples of fluffy advertising done well.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; TV; Classic Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Commercial; Commercials; Kodak; Eastman Kodak; Advertising; Camera; Kodak Camera
|1958 Television Commercial for ''Kodak Home Movie Camera''|
A classic, vintage 1958 television commercial for the ''Brownie'' Kodak Home Movie Camera range. Aired 4th of June 1958. The uncopyrighted TV-episode this comes from can also be found on this site ("The Bridge Group"). Adjusted for inflation, this cost about US223.68 in September 2009 money.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; TV; Classic Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Kodak; Commercial; Advertising; Vintage; Retro; Camera; Eastman Kodak
|1958 TV Commercial for Kodak Home-Movie Cameras (No 3 of 3)|
The third and final" commercial from a 4 June 1958 TV episode ("The Bridge Group"), for the same company, Eastman Kodak, and their range of Home Cameras. This commercial focuses on the more expensive models aimed for private/family use (in todays money and adjusted for inflation, one of the cameras shown cost $US444.36 in september 2009 cash). (I think it is important to note the rather short amount of time used in the programme for product-promoting)...
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Product; Advertising; Promotion; Eastman Kodak; Home Movie Camera; Kodak Camera; Ozzie Nelson
|Old Time Television: ''Ozzie and Harriet'' (Episode: ''A Sweater for Rick'', 9 November 1960)|
Another episode of the ABC-TV sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". This episode aired 9 November 1960, and is complete with original commercials and plugs. In this episode, Ricky's girlfriend misses several dates to secretly make him a sweater. As he thinks she has lost interest in him, he gets a new girlfriend, who also knits a sweater for him.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Classic Television; Masterpoxen; Television; Actor Playing Himself; Based on Radio Show; Commercials; Coca-Cola; Eastman Kodak; Ricky Nelson; Vintage TV; Vintage Television
Downloads: 4,801 (2 reviews)
|1958 Commercial for ''Kodak Starmatic Camera'' (Another Variant)|
One of many uncopyrighted vintage Kodak commercials that have been uploaded here. This one is from late 1958, and is for the "Starmatic" camera. Taken from public domain "Ozzie and Harriet" episode from 10 December 1958 (also uploaded to this site).
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Commercial; Kodak; Starmatic; Starmatic Camera; Camera; Eastman Kodak; Photography; Retro; Old; 1958
|18 November 1959 Between-Show Commercial Break|
This is from ''David, the Sleuth'', aired 18 November 1959, and came after the closing credits. The footage includes: A brief mention of the Ed Sullivan Show "airing on another network", a commercial for Kodak's personalised Christmas cards, a spot promoting a film with David Nelson and Jack Webb, a spot promoting Ricky Nelson's LP album "Songs By Ricky" (BTW, the album has since been digitally re-released, it's a wonderful album in my biased opinion), and a charmingly low budget public service ...
Keywords: 1959; 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; Commercial; Commercials; Commercial Break; Old; Classic TV; Television; Retro; Vintage; Harriet Nelson; Ricky Nelson; David Nelson; Kodak; Eastman Kodak; Photography; PSA; ABC Television Network; American Broadcasting Company
|''Ozzie and Harriet'' (Season 8, episode 7, title ''David, the Sleuth'', aired 18 November 1959)|
In this episode of the ABC-TV sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet", David gets suspicious when he sees a man, who he thinks is pretending to have a arm injury, using his arm in at the bowling center. Hilarity ensues. This episode is complete with original commercials for Eastman Kodak, and the writers even managed to include photography into the show's plot line.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; TV; Classic Television; David Nelson; 1950s; 50s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; Masterpoxen; Retro; Sitcom; Humor; Humorous; Comedic; Comedy; Old Time Television; Commercials; Eastman Kodak; Kodak; Photography; Ricky Nelson; Public Domain TV; Public Domain Television; Vintage Television; Vintage TV; Actor Playing Himself
Downloads: 2,763 (3 reviews)